Supporters of former President Pedro Castillo, who was impeached after trying to dissolve Peru's Congress, took to the streets to protest his ouster. The government declared a nationwide state of emergency.
Two police officers and a bystander were killed in a shootout that erupted during an investigation into a missing-person case. Three other people, believed to have been the attackers, were later shot and killed by the police, officials said.
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